Monday, March 4, 2019

The Wrath of Karma

by: Psychic Gurmeet

Thanks everyone for loving my predictions!

Many people come to me asking for what have they done in this life to deserve suffering even if they have been good.  Sometimes, the answer is a curse that is seen either in their past life, soul group or ancestors.  However, prayers and humanity can, to some extent, remove this karmic consequences, and the curse of troubled spirits.

Today, I am revealing for the first time ever a proof with example: Kashmiri Hindu Brahmin Gangu and brutal murder by Mughal rulers. This is drawn from Indian history.

At the end of the article, I have summarized my analysis of the karmic consequences related to the story.  I hope that through this example, readers will understand karma and its extent, and how it can traverse generations.

Kashmiri Hindu Brahmin Gangu and Brutal Murder by Mughal Rulers


During the night flight from besieged Anandpur, 81-year-old mother of Tenth Guru Gobind Singh, Mata Gujri and her grandsons the two younger sahibzade, Zarowar Singh (Jujhar) age 9, and Fateh Singh age 7, struggled across the stormy floodwaters of River Sarsa together. The dark raging turbulence swept away people and possessions alike and many Sikhs did not survive the crossing. Mata Gujri and the young sahibzade became separated from the rest of their family. Wet, chilled, and exhausted, they accepted help from kashmiri Brahmin Gangu, a former cook servant who had been discharged from Guru Gobind Singh's household.